Georges Feydeau - Yvan Le Bolloc'h - Catherine Jacob - Dominique Pinon - Sarah Biasini - Theater
Christophe Lidon has chosen to immerse Feydeau's iconic masterpiece in Paris of the Fifties, which sings and fizzles, faithfully reproducing all the playwright’s codes in order to bring out the unchanging modernity of the words. This is an atmosphere of music halls and cabarets, a world of parties, where seducers of both sex play a frantic score. We once again meet up with Fernand de Bois d’Enghein, determined to get rid of his mistress Lucette, the singer and icon of the Parisian nightlife, on the very day of his marriage to Viviane, the daughter of Baronness Duverger. Plots, misunderstandings, twists and turns... while we are familiar with the dizzying mechanics and the impressive effectiveness so loved of the playwright, the glamorous stage design and the soundtrack temps make us think we are discovering a new play.